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Deborah Brown sings “Great American Song Book”,  plus Garrison Fewells “Creative Density”

Campus Nobel, Saarwellingen, Germany
19:00, 01 August 2011

Address
Alfred Nobel Allee 28 (Campus Nobel), 66793 Saarwellingen, Germany
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+49 (0) 6838 9007 128
Tickets
10 EUROS

Performers
Deborah Brown, Voice
Bruce Barth, Piano
Arnie Somogyi, Bass
Stephen Keogh, Drums
Garrison Fewells Creative Density,
Garisson Fewell, Guitar
Thilo Wagner, Piano
Davide Petrocca, Bass
Eddie Hick, Drums

Deborah Brown is simply one of the greatest Jazz singers in the world today.

Her magnificent voice and truly awesome technique have earned her a place as one of the greatest jazz singers of all time. Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, where she currently resides, Brown relocated to Europe for a a period of 12 years during the 90's, where she was a teacher and mentor, while traveling worldwide on concert tours. Her talent, versatility and interpretation can be heard on recordings, both with large studio orchestras such as the famous Metropole Orchestra in Holland, and in the more intimate setting of duos with pianists Cedar Walton and Roger Kellaway, as well as legendary trombonist Slide Hampton. She appears here with her quartet, featuring a world class rhythm section made up of Bruce Barth on piano, Arnie Somogyi on bass and Stephen Keogh on drums.

 

Garrison Fewell

"The guitarist formerly known as one of Boston's most eloquent inside players has become one
of its leading experimenters," explains the Boston Phoenix's Jon Garelick, who included
Garrison’s “Variable Density Sound Orchestra” on his best of 2009 list. Fewell, a professor at
Berklee College of Music since 1977, has toured the globe for more than 30 years as one of the
jazz world's premier performer/educators. For much of the past decade, he has left his
mainstream jazz roots behind to collaborate with such renowned avant-garde musicians as John
Tchicai, Steve Swell, Roy Campbell, Jr., Khan Jamal and Charlie Kohlhase, and more fully
explore longstanding influences including Albert Ayler, Anthony Braxton and Sun Ra in his
music. In this concert he leads a fantastic quartet comprised of Thilo Wagner on piano, Davide Petrocca on bass, and Eddie Hick on drums.

Deborah Brown sings “Great American Song Book”,  plus Garrison Fewells “Creative Density”